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  • Big Food's big problem: Consumers don't trust brands

    CHEESE - Bing News
    26 May 2015 | 10:56 am
    The rapidly shifting tastes have forced executives into taking some dramatic steps. They are racing to reformulate iconic products like Kraft's Mac and Cheese, while acquiring smaller brands in hopes of reinventing themselves to appeal to today's finicky ...
  • Locally Made Cheeses Are Having a Moment in Connecticut

    NYT > Cheese
    23 May 2015 | 9:00 pm
    As farm markets prepare to open for the summer season, there is one commodity that shoppers can expect to see much more of among the tables of fresh corn, greens and tomatoes: locally made cheese.
  • Pagel's Ponderosa Dairy: More Cows, More Milk, New Cheese

    Cheese Underground
    Jeanne Carpenter
    12 May 2015 | 5:20 pm
    Wisconsin media reported last week that while the number of Wisconsin dairy cow farms dropped below 10,000 for the first time in generations, both cow's milk production and specialty cheese numbers in America's Dairyland are up. How can that be?With the high cost of land and feed, farms today must get bigger to stay profitable and compete on a national level. It is no longer viable for the average farmer to milk 10 cows and still make enough money to take a vacation or send kids to college. That's why we're seeing more family farms combine herds, add cows and grow larger.Here's a breakdown of…
  • Kapuzinerkresse: Blatt, Blütenblatt und bald kapern Sie auch die Samen

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    Liz Collet
    25 May 2015 | 11:04 pm
    Kapuzinerkresse an Panzanella© Liz Collet Kapuzinerkresse gehört zu den essbaren Blüten und Pflanzen, die bei mir liebend gern nicht nur in Balkonkästen und Kräutertöpfen des Kräutergartens gepflanzt werden, sondern regelmässig sehr gern in Rezepten landen. Sie wurde übrigens zur Arzneipflanze des Jahres 2013 gekürt. Auch um geschützt zu werden, aber eben gerade nicht, um sie uns vorzuenthalten. Auch nicht auf dem Speiseplan. Der “Studienkreis Entwicklungsgeschichte der Arzneipflanzenkunde” an der Universität Würzburg hat die “Tropaeolum majus” zur Arzneipflanze des…
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    CHEESE - Bing News

  • Big Food's big problem: Consumers don't trust brands

    26 May 2015 | 10:56 am
    The rapidly shifting tastes have forced executives into taking some dramatic steps. They are racing to reformulate iconic products like Kraft's Mac and Cheese, while acquiring smaller brands in hopes of reinventing themselves to appeal to today's finicky ...
  • Big cheese court case outrages victim's families

    26 May 2015 | 10:52 am
    May 26, 2015: Maurice Van Ryn was a high-flying businessman turned sexual predator who's charmed run through the justice system outraged a nation. Now, the latest twist in his court case has left his victim's families furious. READ MORE SEE LESS A Current ...
  • Some Folks Chased A Wheel Of Cheese Down A Hill Again

    26 May 2015 | 9:56 am
    Times are changing, man. Sometimes I don’t even recognize the world around me from the one of my youth. Then I see things like the Gloucestershire Cheese Rolling Race — an annual event that’s been held since the 15th century where swarms of people ...
  • WCB wraps up Lion cheese buyout

    26 May 2015 | 9:53 am
    WESTERN Victoria's Warrnambool Cheese and Butter (WCB) has finalised its $137.5 million acquisition of Lion Dairy and Drinks' everyday cheese business. The purchase of the national milk processor's market-leading brands Coon, Cracker Barrel, Mil Lel and ...
  • Carnage! ‘Cheese Roll’ Is Stupidly Awesome

    26 May 2015 | 8:49 am
    Every year, in Glaucestershire, England, thousands of people turn out to watch others sprint down the steep Cooper Hill in pursuit of a run away log of cheese. For real. They do this. For honor. For glory. For the cheese. Apparently, the “winner” of ...
 
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  • Pagel's Ponderosa Dairy: More Cows, More Milk, New Cheese

    Jeanne Carpenter
    12 May 2015 | 5:20 pm
    Wisconsin media reported last week that while the number of Wisconsin dairy cow farms dropped below 10,000 for the first time in generations, both cow's milk production and specialty cheese numbers in America's Dairyland are up. How can that be?With the high cost of land and feed, farms today must get bigger to stay profitable and compete on a national level. It is no longer viable for the average farmer to milk 10 cows and still make enough money to take a vacation or send kids to college. That's why we're seeing more family farms combine herds, add cows and grow larger.Here's a breakdown of…
  • The Year of the Beagle

    Jeanne Carpenter
    11 May 2015 | 5:44 pm
    Bagel the Wonder BeagleThe Chinese may still be arguing over whether it is the Year of the Goat or the Year of the Sheep, but at my house, there is no doubt: 2015 is the Year of the Beagle.About a year ago, our 18-year-old daughter adopted a 9-year-old Beagle from an animal rescue. Gunner, as he was known then, was turned over to the shelter by his original owner, who had raised him from a puppy. A three-page hand-written letter came with the dog, detailing favorite foods, toys, likes, dislikes and a complete medical history. However, the last question was the most telling. It asked: "Reason…
  • Colby Makes A Comeback with The Robin

    Jeanne Carpenter
    18 Apr 2015 | 7:47 am
    In 2009, Jon Topp of Chesterfield, Missouri, sent me an email and attached a spreadsheet listing dozens of Colby cheeses he had ordered from Midwestern cheesemakers during the past several years, in a quest to find the Colby of his youth. Growing up in the 1960s in central Iowa near a small country store that carried the "absolute best Colby cheese," Jon remembered eating Colby in longhorns, wrapped in cloth and wax.He said he could remember the taste like it was yesterday: mild, deliciously nutty, firm and laced with small holes. Most importantly, like much of the Colby made today, it was…
  • Your Next Future Wisconsin Cheesemaker: Christopher Eckerman

    Jeanne Carpenter
    9 Apr 2015 | 8:35 am
    A University of Wisconsin-Madison student aiming to develop his own brand of sheep milk cheeses is the recipient of the 2015 Beginning Cheesemaker Scholarship from Wisconsin Cheese Originals.A committee of industry leaders selected Christopher Eckerman, Antigo, for the $2,500 annual award. As you know, Wisconsin is the only state to require cheesemakers to be licensed, an 18-month process that involves attendance at five university short courses, 240 hours of apprenticeship under a licensed cheesemaker, and passing a written exam at the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture.Eckerman is a…
  • Marieke Penterman: One Rockin' Mama Cheesemaker

    Jeanne Carpenter
    29 Mar 2015 | 5:27 pm
    There is no doubt that U.S. Champion Cheesemaker Marieke Penterman is absolutely a good cheesemaker. She's got the credentials, awards and aging room full of cheese to prove it. And there's no doubt the girl can dance - anyone who's ever witnessed her moves when winning an award can attest to her prowess on a stage. But above all, and perhaps not as well known, is the fact that Marieke Penterman is an amazing mom and wife. All it takes is a visit to her family's new retail store, cheese plant, dairy barn and milking parlor off Highway 29 in Thorp to confirm that Marieke is indeed a master at…
 
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  • Kapuzinerkresse: Blatt, Blütenblatt und bald kapern Sie auch die Samen

    Liz Collet
    25 May 2015 | 11:04 pm
    Kapuzinerkresse an Panzanella© Liz Collet Kapuzinerkresse gehört zu den essbaren Blüten und Pflanzen, die bei mir liebend gern nicht nur in Balkonkästen und Kräutertöpfen des Kräutergartens gepflanzt werden, sondern regelmässig sehr gern in Rezepten landen. Sie wurde übrigens zur Arzneipflanze des Jahres 2013 gekürt. Auch um geschützt zu werden, aber eben gerade nicht, um sie uns vorzuenthalten. Auch nicht auf dem Speiseplan. Der “Studienkreis Entwicklungsgeschichte der Arzneipflanzenkunde” an der Universität Würzburg hat die “Tropaeolum majus” zur Arzneipflanze des…
  • spaghetti II

    NinhTran09
    25 May 2015 | 10:35 pm
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  • spaghetti II

    NinhTran09
    25 May 2015 | 10:18 pm
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  • Cheesy Sourdough Pancake Fritters with chilli cream cheese spread

    sunflaresummers
    25 May 2015 | 10:11 pm
    I’m not sure how this post slipped through the cracks during our summer zucchini blitz. Howeve
  • spaghetti II

    NinhTran09
    25 May 2015 | 10:02 pm
    spaghetti II http://ift.tt/1J1njQF @Marin13: #Food #Trending #Popular #Buzzing #Viral #Picture
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